1310 readersAdobe Chief Technology Officer Kevin Lynch posted some thoughts on Flash, HTML5, the iPhone/iPad, and more yesterday. I didn't see anything really new relative to all the discussions that have taken place here, so I've been slow in blogging it. Now, however, Kevin has posted an interesting follow-up via the comments. It's worth reading in
2047 readersAdobe Chief Technology Officer Kevin Lynch has touched briefly on some new features in CS5 (hope you can attend the launch on Monday) and provides a short response to yesterday's news from Apple: So, what's all the fuss about the Apple proposed revised SDK license? Yesterday Apple released some proposed changes to their SDK license
2049 readersKevin Lynch was part of a recent Engadget Show where he talks about Flash on Mobile and Devices and other topics (some regarding Apple and Adobe relationship). Kevin Lynch chat’in it up on Engadget
2066 readersKevin Lynch was speaking about the future of the Internet, Flash & HTML5 at Web 2.0 Expo and one of the many interesting things he said is this: The technology issue, I think, Apple actually have with us is not that it doesn’t work, is that it does work. The whole interview is great and
1569 readersFor those of you who haven't seen it yet, Kevin Lynch has written a blog post about the future of Flash and its place in the technology landscape. He addresses the variety of mobile devices, the iPad, and HTML5. It's...
3064 readersAs a follow up to the recent snubbing with the iPad being released without the Flash Player Apple has again targeted Adobe’s plans for compiling apps to iPhone. Last year at Adobe MAX, Kevin Lynch appeared in a video spoof of Mythbusters where the Flash CS5 iPhone packager was announced. There has been some question
1599 readersDay one of Adobe MAX 2010 announcements brought some pretty amazing things, and the conference is just getting started! 3D support in Flash First of, the most important announcement in my mind, full 3D support in Flash Player. While there’s no details about the technology itself, we have seen Kevin Lynch demo a 3D racing
2388 readersI thought I would put out a warning to all Flex Developers that might be thinking about Contracting or working full time for a San Diego company named Perminova. Myself and a few other developers are currently trying to get paid on invoices that have been due for over a year now. They keep offering
1974 readersAmazing, so many things have happened in the Flash Player engineering team over the past year. Lots I would love to talk about. But the purpose of this post is to deep dive into a subject Kevin Lynch touched upon recently, specifically Mac performance and his comment about Core Animation. Whenever performance is mentioned in
2345 readersI was reading a friends blog and posted a comment regarding Apple not allowing people to use Flash or other translators to make apps for their devices. I thought I would post that comment here and then move on with my life. I am, have been, and will continue to be a Flash developer. I
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